U.S. Export Compliance Counsel

Flagship Management
Published
March 8, 2021
Location
Norfolk, United States of America
Category
Job Type

Description

 

Export Compliance Counsel

Successful applicant must be U.S. Citizen and have current Security Clearance.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead, mentor and develop a small team of contract and compliance professionals responsible for company’s contracts with the U.S. Government and subcontracts with government prime contractors
  • Strengthen and administer processes to ensure the company and all employees comply with export control regulations, oversee adherence with contractual flow-down obligations, and advise the company on effective ways to work with its overseas affiliates while adhering to its DCSA FOCI mitigations.
  • Identify foundational and institutional challenges, building comprehensive initiatives to address those core issues, and ensuring accountability and transparency
  • Serve as a bridge and strategic thought partner to the President as well as the Marine Legal & Compliance organization.
  • Regularly review and maintain the effectiveness of the US export control and ITAR control environment
  • Providing practical legal advice and support on international business matters in a fast-paced environment

 

Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of US Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) Defense Export Control and Compliance System (DECCS) for export licensing application
  • Working knowledge of US Department of Commerce’s Simplified Network Application Process-Revised (SNAP-R) for export licensing application
  • Knowledge and skill in using computer software, including Excel, MS Word and PowerPoint, One Note and SharePoint
  • Interpersonal, presentation and communication skills

Education & Experience:

  • J.D. and membership in a U.S. State Bar, preferably in Virginia
  • Substantive exposure to & understanding of U.S. export control regulations (ITAR, EAR); Good understanding of the FARs and DFARs
  • Must have solid legal experience in government contracts and grants, including R&D funded activities; knowledge of the legal issues involved in cost accounting and other transaction authorities (OTAs) is a plus
  • At least 3 years of experience, preferably in-house at a U.S. defense subcontractor, DOD or the Department of the Navy
  • Experience with regulations governing FOCI mitigated companies (DCSA SSAs, AOPs) a plus.
  • Must be U.S. Citizen, and have current Security Clearance
  • Prior management experience a plus.

 

Company is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and Equal Opportunity Employer; M/F/Disability/Veteran.

 

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